52 days ago

Inclusive Communities – July 1st to 31st 🤝

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

This month we’re celebrating the diverse array of people who call New Zealand home. Regardless of our different faiths, abilities, cultures, nationalities, ages, orientations and even genders - we want to make sure that our communities are safe and welcoming for all.

There’s many ways to take part! From hosting a multicultural potluck where each attendee brings a dish from a country of their choice to coordinating a fundraiser that benefits refugees or our elderly there are thousands of ways big and small to make our households, neighbourhoods, schools and businesses even more inclusive. It could even be as simple as learning from a neighbour how to say ‘hello’ in their native language or ensuring local footpaths are accessible!

Don’t forget this month also coincides with Women’s Refugee Awareness Month and International Day of Friendship on July 30th - a United Nations day that promotes the role that friendship plays in promoting peace in many cultures.

Want to share your thoughts? Let us know how you’re making your community more inclusive this month by tagging us in your posts + using the following hashtag so we can see what you get up to:


More messages from your neighbours
11 hours ago

What's On: English Conversation Group

Valerie from Glen Eden

DescriptionCome along and join us to practice your English conversation skills, talk about what 's happening in Parnell community and make friends from around the world!  All welcome!
English Conversation Group
  • Parnell Library
12 hours ago

Double glaze sliding doors and windows

Seionala from Orakei

Re post need them gone by Monday post on behalf my sister..make and offer take them all..

13 hours ago

25 Fern Glen Road South, St Heliers

The Team from Neighbourly Property

This gracious character home is walking distance to the local schools and St Heliers cafes and shops through the scenic walking tracks of Dingle Dell. It creates a sense of peace and privacy for the elegant homes that encircle it. Number 25 was built in the 1930s and has been in the same family for the past 25. Set back from the road, a secure gated driveway accesses the 905sqm, more or less, garden estate. A portico entrance introduces the residence, where a wonderful world of rich heritage architectural details and enduring craftsmanship abound. Grand, voluminous proportions are enhanced by original fireplaces, leadlight windows, chandeliers, high ceilings and rich Rimu paneling. It’s been modernised over time to suit contemporary family life, with natural light flooding the rooms and a good mix of formal and informal living areas. The elevated views extend out over the lush reserve, whilst also showcasing a peek of the sea.

This property’s period charm, spacious, functional layout and coveted location make it an enticing option indeed for discerning families and certainly a must to view.